16 June 2011

Impossible Project PX680 First Flush - Cleveland Guardian

One of Cleveland's Guardians. These guys sit poised on the ends of the Lorain-Carnegie (Hope Memorial) Bridge. The Guardians have been around seemingly forever, making them some of Cleveland's most recognizable landmarks. The original Lorain-Carnagie Bridge was finished in 1932 at the cost of 4.75 million. In 1983, the bridge saw renovations and was renamed the Hope Memorial Bridge after the family of Bob Hope whose family was a group of Cleveland stonemasons. This bridge is now on the National Register of Historic Places.

Photograph Info:
Location: Cleveland OH
Camera: Polaroid SX70 Sonar
Film: Impossible Project PX680FF w/ND pack filter

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